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    Default Question about MYO Tortilla recipe

    It can be found here: Budget101.com - - MYO Tortillas

    I just had a question about the very last part, what does it mean 'fill and freeze'? I get the freeze part, but fill?

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    Default Re: Question about MYO Tortilla recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by RheaZar View Post
    I just had a question about the very last part, what does it mean 'fill and freeze'? I get the freeze part, but fill?
    It means that if you want to, you can fill them with your favorite fillings and freeze them so that all you have to do is toss them on a cookie sheet and bake them.

    For example:
    Fill with refried beans, sliced onions & green peppers and Seasoned Chicken strips, fold'em, wrap them and freeze them.

    Otherwise, if you plan to freeze them Unfilled, it would be best to place a layer of wax paper between each one to prevent them from sticking, or heavily flour them after they've cooked.
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    Default Re: Question about MYO Tortilla recipe

    Oh wow, I had no idea you could do that, how clever! These would be really great for a work-food, to take and warm up in the mic. Though I think I'd not want the veggies to be frozen, I would rather add those fresh (except onions and green peppers, those are better cooked). Thank you!

 

 

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